G'morning Kara, wow lets see about not missing anything here.
Think I will start off with the having a pair in a 60g Q. Having Angels is all I know really because rarely have I not had them. A pair would center piece nicely to four adults max would be what I consider angel stocking on a tank volume that size. But
,,, while angelfish aren't smart like a dolphin named Flipper
They are a high enough form of life to express attitude and even be down right mean sometimes. Mostly it's a territory / school dominance behavior but male and female alike can have strong individuals be quite nasty with one another (not always about size either). People talk about an angel 'owning' the tank. My favorite breeder describes her method of 'manners training' of pushy/nasty acting individuals as education. Placing the young ill mannered in a larger tank with mature adults they are 'taught' to be nice LOL.
Sadly even with a heavily planted tank your Amano shrimp would never be safe.
Even with the kindest individual angel you could find shrimp are food.
Veils are much slower swimmers than standard finned but angels will consider eating anything they think
will fit in they're mouth. Neon schools would loose individuals over time too and only be safe as long as they watched where they travel LOL. I think they are a food source actually in the wild.
The net I use came from F&S.
Brine Shrimp Net, 3" x 2-1/2" 10" handle, CD-35687 $1.19
Same for the hatch kits I settled on.
Brine Shrimp Hatchery Kit, CD-154005 $9.99
The hatch mix packets contain salt and eggs for a single bottle mix and it's costly to use a new one everyday (imo). You can start with one then add just eggs after harvesting the BBS and removing the shells but I purchased no replacement packets and just use salt for new mixes. Room temperature and without a hatching light works just fine for me. I rotate mixes on two hatch bottles for a continuous supply when needed.
I've used the in tank Hatch'n'Feed product but it did not produce enough BBS. The larger fry took station keeping position in front of the discharge gate and the smaller babies didn't get to eat.
is where I purchased my shrimp eggs. Purchased a 15oz. coffee can full ages ago putting it in the freezer. (still using them)
The hatch water as long as it has no odor I'll re use it repeatedly until it fowls. Draining the live BBS into the net then returning the water to the hatch bottle. I use the same net to scoop the empty eggs out of the bottle as I do for catching the BBS. I stopped feeding the BBS as Walstad described and I posted on page #10 because I'll use all those hatched in a bottle within 24hrs. and just reload.